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Dog mistaken for wolf, shot near Whistler

Owner says her therapy dog was killed by a hunter who thought it was a wolf

Off-road vehicle ban to be lifted Wednesday

Area restrictions remain in effect around larger fires

UPDATE: Fire ban lifted for Agassiz and Harrison

Local fire departments lift ban after BC Wildfire Service ends prohibition

Blast from the past: Southern Interior featured in 1930s film

The Penticton, South Okanagan and Nakusp area featured in this archive film

Housing issues pressing for NDP government

Politicians gathering for B.C. municipal convention

Destructive armyworms found on Chilliwack farms

Larvae of moth not seen before in Fraser Valley are voracious eaters of hay, grass and corn

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Slush storm reaches Kootenay Pass
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Vancouver urban farm combines agriculture with social goals
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Omar Khadr loses bid to get unsupervised visits with sister

     

    NHL player, Olympians among athletes at ballet class

       

      Driver gets ticket for going one kilometre over speed limit

      Alberta man angry after officer writes him up for going 101 km/h

      UPDATE: Earthquake kills 44 people as buildings collapse in Mexico

      U.S. Geological Survey says earthquake had a magnitude of 7.1 and was centred southeast of Mexico City

      Health care key to prevent women from returning to prison: UBC study

      Women released from prison often do not have a family doctor and never finished high school

      Greens didn’t demand party subsidy, Andrew Weaver says

      Premier John Horgan under fire for NDP flip-flop on funding

      B.C. asked oil, gas industry to refine climate recommendations: documents

      The government’s Climate Leadership Team was appointed in spring 2015

      Cat left abandoned next to dumpster in Langley

      Lack of room at shelter, C.A.R.E.S. president says

      UPDATE: One dead following triple stabbing in Burnaby

      Overnight killing follows homicide in Richmond the day before

      Hurricane Maria smashes Dominica, now menaces other islands

      Maria had maximum sustained winds of 160 mph (260 kph) late Monday when it slammed into Dominica

      Equifax hack compromised 100,000 Canadians’ personal data

      Personal information could include names, addresses and social insurance numbers

      UPDATE: City of Campbell River follows Coastal Fire Centre in rescinding campfire ban

      Some parts of southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands are still pretty dry though

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      Teen hit with baseball bat in New Westminster

      Man allegedly chased a group of youths with the bat and struck one of them

      Cougar caught on video in Chilliwack

      Large cat runs down rural road, surprising driver and passenger

      B.C. teaching exercises that references ‘squaw’ 39 times pulled

      First Nations woman took to Twitter after daughter was asked to define word at Vancouver school

      Crews recover body of man killed after fall into crevasse near Whistler

      The 27-year-old apparently fell while hiking near Iceberg Lake near Rainbow Mountain